Western Sydney University launches innovative Study Hub, Fairfield Connect, enhancing accessibility to higher education
The University is proud to launch Fairfield Connect, a cutting-edge study hub that will support students and the community of Western Sydney, enhancing accessibility to higher education.
Western Sydney University today unveiled a bold economic plan that through new industries and a job-to-workers ratio like Sydney’s east, could see Western Sydney add $100 billion to the state’s economy and 675,000 extra local jobs in just over a decade.
South Western Sydney will be home to a new state-of-the-art medical research facility, with the first sod turned on the Lang Walker AO Medical Research Building – Macarthur today.
Western Sydney University will offer students an exciting opportunity to connect with each other as they transition into university life this semester, with thousands set to come together for an action-packed ‘Welcome Week’.
Western Sydney University has once again been named number one in the world for its social, economic and environmental impact in the 2023 Times Higher Education (THE) University Impact Rankings.
Western Sydney University welcomes more than $1.4 million in funding awarded to Carolyn Ee from the NICM Health Research Institute.
Preliminary research finds children already exercise caution online but also urge for stronger safety measures
Preliminary research findings released on Safer Internet Day show children routinely interact with people they don’t know online and respond with caution when approached.
After a decade searching for new species of bees in forests of the Pacific Islands, all we had to do was look up.
Opinion: When homes already hit 40°C inside, it’s better to draw on residents’ local know-how than plan for climate change from above
Weather extremes driven by climate change hit low-income communities harder.
Awards and appointments
Western Sydney University is pleased to announce the appointment of the Hon. Marise Payne as a Vice-Chancellor’s Fellow and Professor of Practice – International Relations and Public Policy.
Western Sydney University’s Distinguished Professor Brajesh Singh from the Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment has been named as this year’s winner of the Dorothy Jones Prize for microbiology.